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Determinants of Sexual Satisfaction in Czech Men
Kamnerdsiri, Watcharaphol Alexandre ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Zvěřina, Jaroslav (referee) ; Zámečník, Libor (referee)
MUDr. Watcharaphol Alexandre Kamnerdsiri Determinants of Sexual Satisfaction in Czech Men Page 1 of 5 Determinants of Sexual Satisfaction in Czech Men Abstract Very legitimately, medicine as well as medical literature, especially in the field of sexology, focuses on the study and treatment of all disorders and dysfunctions that affect the human race and its sexuality. Through this thesis, we attempted to resist against this general trend and sought anything that would facilitate or promote a man's achievement of an accomplished and happy sexuality. These terms imply a sexuality that satisfies this man. There is indeed nothing more subjective than sexual satisfaction, despite the easy access to pornographic material that tends to introduce some elements of comparison in the mind of each man, however unrealistic. There are many tools to measure sexual satisfaction. However, it has been demonstrated that assessing sexual satisfaction with a single question is nearly as reliable as using more detailed questionnaires. As this thesis is integrated into a much larger research based on a 90-item questionnaire, it was decided to use only one question regarding sexual satisfaction. However, it has been divided into two variants, one on the overall sex life satisfaction, and the other on the recent sexual satisfaction...
Assortative mating in humans.
Štěrbová, Zuzana ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Lindová, Jitka (referee) ; Špinka, Marek (referee)
Human mate choice is far from random. Assortative mating can be either positive (homogamy), when people prefer and choose partners with self-similar characteristics, or negative (heterogamy, complementarity), when people prefer self-dissimilar partners. Over one hundred years of research, it has been shown that people generally couple based on the principle of homogamy. This thesis seeks to address the following two goals. First, it critically reviews the current state of knowledge in positive assortative mating (in particular, empirical support, factors affecting homogamy, mechanisms of homogamy, relationship and genetic impact of homogamy, and methodological pitfalls of research). This section includes theoretical papers deal with further mechanisms of assortative mating (homogamy, imprinting-like effect, heterogamy, complementarity). Second, the thesis provides further test of assortative mating in 'ideal partners' (preferences) and actual partners, in the context of sex, sexual orientation (heterosexual and non-heterosexual), and population (Brazil and Czech Republic). Results of these studies show that the principle of homogamy is valid irrespective of sex and population. However, they find a stronger tendency for homogamy in actual partners among heterosexuals than in homosexuals, although...
Sexual behavior and preferences in evolutionary perspective.
Bártová, Klára ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Procházka, Ivo (referee) ; Lindová, Jitka (referee)
The thesis is divided into three parts. The first part is focused on the main theories of human mating strategies, such as sociosexual orientation and sexual strategies theory, which emphasizes intersexual differences as a result from the asymmetry of parental investment, and strategic pluralism theory, which highlights intrasexual variation in mating behavior. The second part consists of one review article published in the Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science and one original research article published in The Journal of Sex Research, a peer-reviewed journal. In this part we explored possible evolutionary origins and adaptive values of paraphilic interests and their prevalence in the Czech population. The third part consist of one article published in the peer-reviewed journal Personality and Individual Differences and two research studies which are currently under peer-review in two international journals. The main aim of this part was to test whether individual differences in femininity-masculinity, Big Five personality traits, and propensity to sexual excitation and inhibition are associated with individual sociosexual orientation. A further aim was to test whether attention towards sexual stimuli is affected by an individual's level of sociosexual orientation and by depressive...
Pornography consumption and partner sexual activity
Lexová, Eliška ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Červinková, Monika (referee)
The topic of this thesis is the effect of pornography consumption on the partner sexual activity. The content of the theoretical part is the definition of pornography, history of pornography and psychological view on pornography. Furthermore, the work deals with the current psychological research concerning the influence on individual areas of sexual activity. The empirical part aims to discover the connection between the pornography consumption and sexual activity in relationships, such as frequency of sexual activities, sexual satisfaction, sexual communication and openness or repertoire and frequency of using partner sexual practices. The research was carried out using an anonymous online questionnaire, in which respondents were selected by the method of self-selection. The outcomes of the thesis could be used in relationship and sexuology counseling as a tool for deeper understanding of sexuality in relationships and for more accurate targeting of help in this area of problems. Keywords pornography consumption, relationship, sexual activity, sexual satisfaction, sexual communication
Interfaces of Web-Services
Kubát, David ; Rychlý, Marek (referee) ; Weiss, Petr (advisor)
The objective of this thesis was to get acquainted with the proposition of the service-oriented architecture and its real representation web services. To understand the principles of their functioning, creation, communication and the ways to finding and using them. To be specific, the goal of this project was to analyse a current program, design its transfer to the web service description language and to implement a web service interface layer upon this program. The system is demonstrating the basic principles of the web services and the function of the interface during the communication between its provider and customer.
Store Information System
Hezoučký, Ladislav ; Weiss, Petr (referee) ; Masopust, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with store information system. The main goal of this thesis is to develop  a functional information system which will provide to catch the substance of operations in the stock ( stock receipt and stock out, draw purchase orders, draw invoice ). The system is implemented by using programming languages HTML, PHP and JavaScript. Database MySQL was choosen as a data storage.
Jabber/XMPP Robot for Reminder
Menšík, Petr ; Weiss, Petr (referee) ; Rychlý, Marek (advisor)
The objective of this thesis was acquaint oneself with open IM network XMPP, its principles and working. This program aims to be automatic reminding machine on instant messanging network. It's work is organizing simple and repeated events.
Town Library Software Support
Morcinek, Petr ; Rychlý, Marek (referee) ; Weiss, Petr (advisor)
The main objective of my work is to create software support for local library in Petrovice by Karviná, as an information system, which provides all the required functions. This system should provide information about library. Also should provide better review of books and bailments, possibility to reserve books and reading them online. For library's employees offers complete system for administration books and readers. For example borrowing and returning books, and creating reminders. To create this project I will use PHP, Javascript, HTML and database system MySQL.
Sexual Dysfunction in the Obese Female after Bariatric Surgery.
Pichlerová, Dita ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Svačina, Štěpán (referee) ; Pastor, Zlatko (referee)
6 Abstract Background: Obesity and associated comorbidities increase the probability of sexual disorders. We aimed to assess sexual satisfaction in obese women before and after bariatric surgery using the validated Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) and also to assess sexual satisfaction in obese women in comparison with women of normal weight. We also compared the frequency of female sexual dysfunction (FSD) of the participants. Methods: 60 obese women 5.99 completed the questionnaire on sexual satisfaction (FSFI) before a bariatric procedure (laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, 22 women; gastric plication, 33 women; and biliopancreatic diversion, 5 women), 6 months and 12 months after the procedure, i.e. after a significant weight reduction (final BMI of . The control group consisted of 60 women of normal weight (mean BMI of 22.2 1.9 domains, with higher scores indicating better sexual function. The FSFI total score (range 2- dicating FSD. Results: Baseline sexual function in the preoperative obese female was significantly lower than in the control group of women of normal weight (p < 0.01) in each domain. Average postoperative FSFI scores increased from preoperative levels in all domains, but significant improvement occurred only in the domain for desire (p < 0.01). The results at 6 and 12 months...
Female orgasm and its relation to autoerotic and dyadic sexual behavior
Krejčová, Lucie ; Klapilová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Weiss, Petr (referee) ; Havlíček, Jan (referee)
The thesis focuses on female orgasm and its relation to autoerotic activities and dyadic sexual behavior. The first theoretical part focuses on theories describing the function of female orgasms and factors influencing its occurrence. The second part consists of four articles published in peer-reviewed journals. The first article is a review, focusing on the development of expert opinions over time, with specific regard to female orgasms and the division between clitoral and vaginal orgasm. The second article discusses the role of general relationship and sexual satisfaction with respect to the female orgasm. The third article examined the association between first autoerotic experiences and the occurrence of vaginal orgasm. Finally, the fourth article concerned the frequency of dyadic sexual activity and its relation to vaginal orgasm. The findings within each article indicate that autoerotic and dyadic sexual activities together with general relationship and sexual satisfaction have a positive influence on the occurrence of female orgasms.

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